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Marshfield, MA

The Town of Marshfield, incorporated in 1640, is a coastal community located 30 miles from Boston. Situated on 31.70 square miles, Marshfield is a seacoast town with a distinctively New England flavor. Five miles of beaches offer beauty and recreation for visitors. The town is home to Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary, the Daniel Webster Estate and Heritage Center and the 1699 Historic Winslow House.

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Marshfield’s rich history dates back to the pre-revolutionary war era and is best known as the home of Daniel Webster from 1832 until his death in 1852. While a resident he was a very important national political figure and was known as “the Farmer of Marshfield”.